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In a recent health class, a sixth- and seventh-grade students in Canada got quite an adult version of sex education. While the booklet, the Safer Sex Guide, given to the kids offers advise on how to prevent sexually transmitted infections STIs , it also talks about fetishes and sex acts like bondage and use of sex toys — in rather medical and, some could argue vulgar, slang terms.
However, because the booklet is illustrated with cartoons, Murphy told CBC News it appeared on first glance to be age-appropriate for the students. The Creston Valley Advance reports Interior Health public health nurse Kayla Benson wrote a letter to parents confirming the materials had not been reviewed.
He ended up showing it to a student in another class. Terina Sandre, a parent of one of the students who got the booklet, did a bit of research on her own. Not the school. He said, if we would have known that that book was going near any elementary school, it would have been red flagged and never sent out to that hospital. The district announced it will implement a strict vetting process on all third-party materials in the future. Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer.
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